TORONTO—In many respects, our election is like Christmas. Each political party is handing out ‘presents’—a tax cut, low-cost day care, bigger tax savings for education, and so forth. Apparently we are supposed to vote for the party that hands out the biggest and best ‘presents’ by the end of the campaign. But there is nothing really strategic about this and it diminishes what an election should be about. There’s no clear sense that the ‘presents’ align with meeting
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